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ESC: Wow, Such Meeting

On Monday night Bwogger Keenan Albee infiltrated sat in on this week’s ESC meeting.  After sacrificing a virgin and praying to Galactus, they got down to business. Mr. Albee brings to you their latest tidings, and the news that the Devourer of Worlds is coming here, to Earth. Prepare yourselves. Things were moving forward as per usual following […]

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Bwoglines: Something For Everyone Edition

Bloomberg: Bloomberg is to give his 10th State of the City address today, where he will address issues of education, crime, housing, and politics, as well as announcing a plan to make it legal to hail livery cabs. (City Room) Operation Ivy League: Harrison David is reported to be in the custody of a retired […]

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Bwoglines: I Can Haz Picture With Julia Stiles

Julia Stiles, CC’05, wins an alumni award, poses with PrezBo. (Spec) Columbia paleontologists discover a 240-million-year old dinosaur fossil. (USA Today) Student activism is BACK at Berkeley. (HuffPo) In retrospect, we shouldn’t be surprised to hear that LOLcats was somehow turned into a profitable company, but who would have thought the guy that runs it […]

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